N.H. House kills license plate scanner bill

The New Hampshire House voted Wednesday against letting police use license plate scanners, siding with those who contend that the surveillance infringes on people’s privacy. The House voted 214 to 135 to bar reconsidering the issue this year. Supporters say that police could use the scanners during Amber alerts or to recover stolen license plates and vehicles or to find people who have outstanding warrants.

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